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Unformatted text preview: Sociology 1 Lecture #19 13/03/2008 14:35:00 Colonialism & Third World Colonialism: when foreign power maintains political, social, economic, and cultural domination over people for an extended period Neocolonialism: Continued dependence on more industrialized nations for managerial and technical expertise by former colonies The 3 rd world o Less developed countries/underdeveloped countries/developing world/the South/ o Asia (except Japan), Latin America, Africa, and the middle east Defining development o Economistsindustrialization o Political scientistpolitical participation o Sotreducing inequality o Environmentalistprotecting earth o Public healthaccess to care o Poor person in third world--???? Development n Practice o International Monetary Fund (long term loans to rebuild economy)/World Bank (short terms for development projects) Goals to aid European states destroyed in WWIIfocus shifted...
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